Wednesday, September 11, 2013

How To Draw A Sleeping Dragon Worksheet.

How to draw a sleeping Dragon worksheet is an easy project for the young artist and will help give confidence in drawing. The printable drawing worksheet below and project notes may be printed.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Learning to draw takes practice so draw every day. Come back every day and print other worksheets and if you sketch them in no time you will be surprised at how good an artist you will become. Do not get discouraged if your drawing of a sleeping dragon does not turn out the way you hoped, some people have the talent for drawing different things and not others so try different projects soon you will find what works for you.

How to Draw A Sleeping Dragon Worksheet
To print the worksheet just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems printing see the how to print tab above for suggestions.

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You may want to print the project notes below, too.

The hardest part is deciding on a pose. I suggest making several rough quick sketches to get your ideas worked out.

ANATOMY
This dragon is a lizard with a long neck and wings. The lizard has elbows that point backward and knees that point forward. Draw a stick figure of the bones and then use curved lines to work out the flesh. The head is a wedge like a triangle, with a few extra lines for the jaw. The neck and tail are long like a snake.

WINGS
The wings are folded and lying down like a stretched out cloth, use long graceful lines to draw them.

FEET AND CLAWS
Keep the feet and claws simple. Draw circles and lines for the knuckles and bones then draw around them the shape of the feet. The claws are curved slightly.

DETAILS
Add details carefully, the teeth and claws are triangles. The scales are dashes or dots that go in rows. The head may have horns, feathers or a frill. Add some shadow for roundness.

Put him on a bed of golden treasure, bones or crystals. Put him in a cave or an old broken down castle.


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Adron


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